Simon Eady

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Simon Eady and his mother have been on the run for many years. He lost his father at an early age and he has no other family or close friends. Within the span of a few hours, he will find himself involved in a kidnap attempt, discover that his mother is terminally ill, and be informed that his father is in fact alive and hiding somewhere on the opposite side of the world. Simon needs to find him. More

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About Marmolada Family Trust

Adrian Monico was born in Australia to Italian parents. His family returned to Italy when he was 2 years old where he was raised in the Alps until the age of 14. On returning to Australia, Adrian was required to learn English in order to complete High School and pursue his interest in Physics at University.

At the completion of his first year at University, Adrian decided to join the Australian Defence Force (ADF) as a Commissioned Army Officer. During his 15 years of service Adrian reached the rank of Major. The ADF sponsored Adrian to return to university and study Information Technology. He also commanded Surface to Air missile systems and saw active service in East Timor.

Adrian is currently a successful IT and Telecommunications Service Delivery Manager.

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Review by: ade on Sep. 11, 2013 :
I thoroughly agree with Linda this was a great read & can't wait for a follow up on the tales of Simon Eady.
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Review by: Richard Underwood on Aug. 1, 2013 :
The previous reviewer said she found it difficult to put this book down and that the plot was believable. I am afraid my review is the exact opposite. I found the book all too easy to put down and the plot was unbelievable.
I was put off by the badly written first page. There were almost eighty words in the second sentence so I nearly put the book down then.
I hate giving up on a book, and it is very rare that I do so as I know some books take a bit of getting into, so I did persevere to read half the book. In the end the poor style overcame my desire to know how it ended.
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Review by: Linda Magana on June 2, 2013 :
I found it difficult to put this down. It is a real page turner. The characters were well developed and the plot believable. I hope there are more books to come with the adventures of Simon Eady.

Well done!
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